PINTA Miami began its second decade dedicating the eleventh edition to the strengthening of dialogues and cultural debates proposed from the full visualization of Ibero-American art. From December 6 to 10, 2017, in the space of MANA Wynwood, located in the heart of the "Miami Art District", 60 of the most recognized art galleries in the world exhibited outstanding modern and contemporary works from throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as Spain and Portugal.
El jueves 14 de diciembre a partir de las 7pm, la galería argentina ROLF ART presenta la inauguración de la muestra individual de Santiago Porter, BRUMA, en Esmeralda 1353, Buenos Aires, Argentina. La muestra de entrada libre y gratuita, podrá visitarse de lunes a viernes de 11 a 20 horas hasta el viernes 16 de marzo de 2018.
BRUMA | Santiago Porter en ROLF ART
The Hunter College MFA in Studio Art is an affordable three-year program designed to offer broad opportunities for artists to develop their work and an ongoing studio practice in an environment that encourages experimentation, production, and critical dialogue.
Hunter College MFA in Studio Art: call for 2018 applications
The Peruvian gallery CEDE opens on December 13, starting at 7:30 pm, the exhibition TRASLACIÓN by Melisa Dupont, curated by Sissi Hamann.
TRASLACIÓN of Melissa Dupont at CEDE Gallery
On Wednesday, December 13 at 7:00 pm, Walden Gallery (Buenos Aires) presents the exhibition Territorio - Arte Textil Argentino 1970/1990 with works by Nora Aslan, Nora Correas, Gracia Cutuli, Azucena Miralles and Tana Sachs, curated by Ixchel Ledesma.
Territorio - Argentine Textile Art 1970/1990 in WALDEN Gallery
Today, an international expert jury announced A.K. Burns, Jamal Cyrus and Mariela Scafati as the shortlisted artists showing in Positions, the sector for emerging artists at Art Basel's show in Miami Beach. The three shortlisted artists are now invited to develop a proposal for their ideal journey, with the winner to be announced in early 2018.
Next artist shortlist for the BMW Art Journey announced during Art Basel in Miami Beach
The 16th edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach will feature 268 outstanding galleries in an entirely new exhibition and distribution architecture.
Art Basel Miami Beach: 16th edition
The Words We Won’t Say presents a selection of works by four prominent contemporary artists from Colombia: Iván Argote (b. 1983), Milena Bonilla (b. 1975), Carlos Motta (b. 1978), and Oscar Muñoz (b. 1951).
The Words We Won’t Say at MANA Wynwood
ESTE ARTE, the fair that takes place in Punta del Este, Uruguay, has shared the line-up of international galleries participating in its the 4th edition. This year a completely redesigned layout, with expanded exhibition spaces, greater booths, enjoyable aisles and yummy dining areas. And for the Château Card holders access to the fabulous Fendi-Château lounge.
ESTE ARTE 2018: Exhibitors List
On Saturday, December 2, the last Gallery Days of the year arrives. The circuit that will close the 2017 cycle includes the neighborhoods of Palermo and Villa Crespo and will have the participation of 32 galleries, workshops and art spaces will open their doors from 3pm to 7pm so you can visit them and live a different afternoon.
Gallery Days Buenos Aires: a Saturday with art to enjoy the City
For more than a year, an artist integrates in the city of Miami Beach, helping to develop his flexibility plan. The artist must have the opportunity to help solve the problems of coastal flooding to homes and public transportation, among others.
Application call for the Art in the public life Residency of ArtCenter South Florida
The exhibition-curated by the artistic director of the Museum, Mariana Marchesi-gathers 19 sculptures and three drawings by Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) belonging to the Fine Arts collection, in room 10 on the ground floor.
Rodin, Centennial at the National Museum of Fine ArtsThe exhibition-curated by the artistic director of the Museum, Mariana Marchesi-gathers 19 scu...
For my nineteenth posting of the Getty-led initiative exploring Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles, we will look at the Skirball Cultural Center’s exhibition ANOTHER PROMISED LAND: ANITA BRENNER’S MEXICO on view from September 14, 2017 through February 25, 2018. The exhibition celebrates a Mexican-American Jewish cultural trailblazer featuring works by luminaries of the Mexican Renaissance including Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, and Frida Kahlo. The Skirball Museum Director, Robert Kirschner, points out that the museum’s participation in PST: LA/LA fully aligns with its mission to bridge people of diverse heritage and history while learning about its neighbors and consider how it represent cultures that are not their own. This posting is adapted from the museum’s press release in English.
Skirball Cultural Center presents Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner’s Mexico
Curator Dan Cameron brings to the international art calendar a new biennial called Open Spaces: Kansas City Art Experiences. From August 25th to October 28th 2018, the first edition of the contemporary and scenic arts event will feature new works by Nari Ward, Nick Cave and other great names.
Open Spaces 2018: a new biennial in Kansas City
From November 25, 2017 to April 2, 2018 the exhibition A Tale of Two Worlds its open at the MMK Museum for Modern Art Kunst in Frankfurt am Main that collaborates with the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires in Argentina.
The Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires in dialogue with the MMK of Frankfurt
The show is curated by Sharon Lerner (MALI) and Gabriela Rangel (Americas Society of New York) and will be open to the public from November 17, 2017 to March 4, 2018 in temporary rooms 1, 2 and 3 of MALI.
The MALI - Museum of Art of Lima presents the first panoramic exhibition dedicated to the work of Jorge Eduardo Eielson
The 12th edition of the Shanghai Biennale will take place at the Power Station of Art (PSA) from November 10, 2018 to March 10, 2019.
Cuauhtémoc Medina appointed Chief Curator of 12th Shanghai Biennale
Under the care of guest curator Emma Lavigne, the 14th Lyon Biennale of Contemporary Art brings together a breadth of artists who echo the instability of these times.
14th Lyon Biennale: An Empirical and Sensory Exploration
The National Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid presents Towards an objectual painting, an exposition that establishes a dialogue between the work of the artist of Argentinean artist César Paternosto and a selection of works from the museum's collections.
César Paternosto at the Thyssen Museum
The Mexican gallery Arredondo Arozarena presents the exhibition "Double-bind" by Mateo Cohen, Bernardo Montoya and Marie Rief, curated by Daniel Montero.
Double-bind: Mateo Cohen, Bernardo Montoya and Marie Riefat Arredondo Arozarena
SOMA Summer is a unique eight-week program for international artists, curators, critics, and art historians, conducted in English in Mexico City.
Applications open for SOMA Summer in Mexico City
Cecilia Brunson Projects, the gallery of modern and contemporary art based in London and Santiago de Chile, announces the representation of the Argentine artist Claudia Fontes.
Claudia Fontes, new artist of Cecilia Brunson Projects
Mexican gallery OMR presents in the Gallery Weekend the exhibition Compression Loss of Troika, a collaborative contemporary art practice formed in 2003 by Eva Rucki (b. 1976, Germany), Conny Freyer (b. 1976, Germany) and Sebastien Noel (b. 1977, France).
TROIKA: Compression Loss at OMR Gallery
For my eighteenth posting ofthe Getty-led initiative exploring Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles, we will look at the Japanese American National Museum’s exhibition Transpacific Borderlands: The Art of Japanese Diaspora in Lima, Los Angeles, Mexico City, and São Paulo on view from September 17, 2017 through February 25, 2018. Similar to previous postings, this one is based of the museum’s press release. The presenting sponsor is Bank of America.
Transpacific Borderlands: The Art of Japanese Diaspora in Lima, Los Angeles, Mexico City, and São Paulo
Y Gallery presents Raquel Rabinovich’s Thresholds, her second solo show at the gallery.. The exhibition will consist of new paintings and drawings created between 2014 and 2017. This event anticipates her forthcoming retrospective at El Museo del Barrio, that will open in 2019, the year Rabinovich turns 90.
Raquel Rabinovich presents Thresholds at Y Gallery
Partidas Simultaneas presents the latest works by Estefanía Landesmann. Curated by Jorge Macchi, the exhibition poses a reflection on the photographic language, questioning conventions of the medium such as the eloquence of the image, its bidimensionality, its ability to record objectively or even the debt it carries with painting.
Estefanía Landesmann presents Partidas Simultáneas curated by Jorge Macchi
Graciela Sacco, one of the contemporary Argentine artists who most reflected on political and social violence, died Sunday at age 61 after a long fight against cancer.
The renowned Argentine artist Graciela Sacco passed away
Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to present Sign of Abandonment, an exhibition of new paintings by Jorge Tacla. It opens with a reception on Thursday, November 2nd from 6:00 to 8:00pm, and closes December 16th. Sign of Abandonment precedes a major survey of the artist’s work at Fundación Corpartes, opening November 21st in Santiago, Chile.
Jorge Tacla presents Sign of Abandonment
ESTE ARTE celebrates its fourth edition from January 7th to 9th in Punta del Este, the most exclusive spa in South America, in which nearly 30 contemporary and emerging art galleries display their works.
ESTE ARTE announces its fourth edition
MALBA inaugurates México moderno: Vanguardia y revolución, a broad panorama on the development of the different modernist aesthetic proposals that took place in Mexico during the first half of the 20th century. From November 3, 2017 to February 19, 2018
MALBA presents México moderno: Vanguardia y revolución
Marinho sculpts and molds to seek not only the shape that emerges between his hands but also the emptiness yielded—that which we may not see so easily, but that is as real as what we do see, and as much part of the work.
Jaildo Marinho: Cristalização. Museu de Arte Moderna (MAM). Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Through the exhibition "Martin Chambi and his contemporaries. Portraits of an Andean culture at the beginning of the 20th century, "the Juan Mulder Collection will be part of Foto México festival, which opens on Saturday, October 28, 2017 and will remain on display until February 18, 2018.
Juan Mulder Collection will be presented at Foto Mexico festival
The Contemporary Art Museum of Buenos Aires - Fundación Aldo Rubino presents Eduardo Mac Entyre. Sutilezas de la línea, exhibition curated by Cristina Rossi that will allow you to follow the transformations of the line in her non-figurative work between October 28 and March 11, 2018.
MACBA presents Eduardo Mac Entyre: Sutilezas de la línea
For this seventeenth post—the final one of three Photo Essays—I will present a series of images in the form of a photo essay that impressed me during my visits to museums during the inaugural week September 11–17.
Pacific Standard Time LA/LA: photo essay #03
McMullen Museum presents The Abstract Cabinet, an exhibition of Spanish-Argentinian artist Esteban Lisa (1895-1983) curated by Elizabeth Thompson, from September 16 to December 10 in the Monan Gallery.
The Abstract Cabinet by Esteban Lisa at McMullen Museum
The exhibition De Nature en Sculpture shows how nature is perceived by contemporary artists—mainly, as source of inspiration and means of expression. Nature, whether reproduced or in its actual state, is, here, turned into sculpture, and vice versa. Engaging our emotions, the artists summon nature in all of its forms and reveal through their visions its many facets (peaceful, turbulent, sublime, and vexing).
De Nature en Sculpture. Fundación Villa Datris. L'Isle-Sur-La Sorgue, Francia
The Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires presents the exhibition Untitled by the Bolivian artist Elba Bairon curated by Sofia Dourron.